The power to
suppress memories of others and/or oneself. Sub-power of Memory Manipulation. Not to be confused with Memory Erasure.
The user is able to suppress the memories of oneself or others. For example, if one suffered from a truly traumatic experience, one could suppress it so as not to suffer through the pain and trauma.
Memory Restoration can restore suppressed memories.
Indomitable Will can slowly and naturally overcome suppression.
Memories cannot be suppressed forever, as the mind is an organism that would always recall the steps necessary for it to reach the present and thus "rewrite" itself to its original setting if one tries to change it.
Grimgar ( Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash)
Windaria ( Shining Hearts: The Bread of Happiness)
Memory Disk ( Doraemon)
Repressitol ( The Simpsons)
Calvin Dion Avericci (Archie's Weird Mysteries) can transform teens into mannequins, and erasing memories of such victims' existences.
Doraemon (Doraemon) has several tools capable of memory manipulation...
Doraemon (Doraemon) using the
Memory Disk to suppress a portion of an extracted memory and then returning it to its owner.
Naraku (InuYasha) with his powerful demonic powers...
...suppresses Kohaku's painful and unwanted memories.
Sasori (Naruto) using the
Sand Brainwash Jutsu/Memory-Concealing Manipulative Sand Technique to seal away memories by surgically placing a needle in the target's brain.
Sugar (One Piece) erases the memory of an individual's existence when she transforms said person into a toy. It becomes cancelled if she is rendered unconscious.
Death (Supernatural), upon restoring Sam's soul, created a mental wall in Sam's mind to protect him from the memories of torture from Lucifer.